Traditional Driver Ed School Required
In Maine teens are required to attend a traditional driver ed school, usually offered through a school or a local commercial center, in order to get their license. But what if you want to do more than just learn to drive? What if you want to learn to drive collision-free? If you want to do that, then you need Driver Ed in a Box®. Only Driver Ed in a Box® gives you the tools you need in order to create and build the habits of collision-free driving. Maine also requires a minimum 35 hours of supervised practice, which Driver Ed in a Box® will make a conducive and productive experience for you and your parent. While you attend driving school, you can use our program as supplemental material, as many of our customers in Maine have.
“I wish this course was more well known with the general public. It is far superior to the normal Drivers Ed classes that most teenagers attend. We need this course taught all across the country. It would save lives.” – Susan Lewis, Parent
“This program is very good in explaining the steps for each maneuver. It gradually builds from the beginner’s lessons up to the skilled, and gives some situations that one might meet up with in their driving. I enjoyed the Driver Ed in a Box® curriculum.” – Julia Shore, Parent
“My dad and I listened to the tapes and watched several of the beginning videos, and my dad explained the terminology used before starting in the parking lot. Once I began driving, I would say what actions I was doing, such as ‘Clear left, clear right, clear left’ or “Mirror.’ This system of driver Commenting was probably the most helpful part of the program, both because it made me conscious of whether or not I was doing the right things and it told my dad exactly what I was thinking so that he would know if I was aware of the hazards or if he needed to alert me.” – Matt Ashbaugh, Student